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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Ownted and published by f o Unlvoraity of Nebraska througn
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Ofllcca Dasomont tho Administration Building.
PoBtoJllco Station A, Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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ARCH H. DIN8MORE, Editor.
E. H. Taylor, Managing Editor, C. C. Buchanan, Business Managor.
Subscription $2.00 per year. Single copies 6c
Faculty notlcos and Unlvorslty bulletins published frco.
Entered at tho Postolllco, Lincoln, Nebr., as second class matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1879.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1912
"Hit tho lino hard; don't foul and
don't shirk, but hit tho lino hard."
Tho honor eyBtom has JuBt boon In
troduced Into tho Unlvorslty of Ken
tuoky. Hopo thoy mako it work. It
ought to help.
Forty froBhmon havo responded to
tho call for crow work at Syracuao
It 1b not generally known that tho
largost universities aro situated out
sldo of tho United States. Tho Uni
versity of Paris -heads tho list with
17,000 studontB, after which follows
Cairo, with 10,000; Berlin with 9,600;
Moscow with 9000; St. PotorBburg
with 9,000. Columbia Unlvorslty, Now
York; is tho largest In America with
Prlncoton University's football cap
tain, for 1912, Talbot Taylor Pondloton,
Is Buroly a born "Tiger." His groat
grandfather was a member of tho
olass of 179G, his grandfather was
graduated in 1838, and ho had unclos
In tho clasBOB of '33 and '34. Pendle
ton's father wont to West Point, but
prepared at Lawroncovlllo, tho Prince
ton "prep" school.
WHY NOT SUBSCRIBE?
I spent a day or two last weolc
In visiting K. U.
In lots of things wo aro ahead,
But thoy havo ono thing too.
And that's tho paper that thoy read.
, It's published ovory day.
JuBt liko tho ono that wo havo horo,
A dollar, too, thoy pay.
But here's tho dlfforonce, listen close
Flvo hundred paid tho dollar
To change It to a dally, and
Not ono lot out a holier.
So now that I am homo again,
I'vo written out a check
And sent it to tho Rag to help
It to got up on deck.
For If K. U. can do a thing
Wo sure can do it better,
And If tho Rag would llko to grow,
I'm willing to abet hor.
So go right down and sign your name
Upon an application.
Thon havo your dean approvo it and
Thus show appreciation.
Freshmen to Make Bow.
At 8:30 o'clock tonight tho class of
1915 will hold Its flrBt dance at tho
Lincoln hotel. Tho number In attend
ance has boon absolutely limited by
tho commltteo to 100 couples. At a
lato hour last evening tho prospects
wore for a fine danco, although not all
of tho tickets had been sold. As this
1b, tho Initial party given by tho froBh
men there 1b much anticipation as to
what tho various features will bo.
Tho grand march, led by Robert Har-
TAN SHOESFOR MEN
Lace and Button, English Toes, Low
Heels At That, for
$4 values up town BUDD
loy, will commence promptly at the
FORMER STUDENT TO WED
ARTHUR H. EDGREN TO MARRY
MISS EFFIE POWELL THIS
Tho Nobraskan has the pleasure of
announcing tho wodding of Mr. Arthur
H. Edgron and Miss E. L. Powell, both
Nebraska alumni. Tho wedding will
take place at the homo of Mrs. Harold
W. Wood of 129 South Nineteenth
street, at 8 o'clock this evening, Rev.
C. H. Rogers, pastor of tho First Con
gregational church of this city will
perform tho ceremony,
contly. Miss Powell is a graduato of
tlves of tho brldo and bridegroom will
bo present as it is tho desiro of tho
young couple to havo a quiet and in
Miss Powell is tho daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Marlon Powell of Marlon,
Nob,, where she has resided until re
cently. Miss Powell 1b a graauato of
Brownell hall and of tho University
conservatory of music, and is well
known in college and social activities.
Mr. Elgren,better known as "Q Streot
er," Is tho son of Former Dean Ed
gron of tho University of Nebraska
graduate college. He is a member of
tho Delta Upsilon fraternity and a
member of tho engineering class of
'09. Since his graduation ho has been
engaged in several important en
'ginoerlng projects and has been very
successful in all.
PIPE ORGAN IS INJURED.
Baskelball Players Presumed to Have
Caused Injury to Instrument.
Great Injury haB been done tho largo
plpo organ in tho University armory
by some unknown person who appar
ently walked In back of tho faco of
tho organ and over tho dollcato inner
meohanlsm. Tho Injured Btato of tho
organ was discovered by Mrs. Carrlo
Raymond, director of music, on Wed
Tho presumption Is that a widely
thrown basketball wont over the top
of tho pipes and that a playof did tho
damage in trying to rescue it . Dur
ing tho inter-fraternity games tho
players have boon using tho chapel
as well as tho gymnasium.
Hill Now on Cornhusker.
Editor Van DiiBon of tho Cornhusker
announces tho appointment, of Burton
Hill as special assistant to himself.
Hill has boon turning out some fine
work, that wlde-awako dope which
makes an annual successful. Ralph
Northup, orstwhllo cartoon editor, has
swung over to tho joko section and Is
helping Sam Buck with tho funny
Y. W. C. A. Hears Miss Agee.
Tho Tuesday mooting of tho Y. W.
C, A. was led by Miss Wilma Crossloy.
Miss Alice Agoo, general secretary
of tho city Y. W. C. A. spoke on the Y.
W. C. A. as a social force.
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